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. that was always the plan in theory. though the actual reasons it is happening is that iraq refused to give u.s. soldiers legal immunity for the reactions if they remain. a war that deeply divided the u.s., sold to us on lies couched in the fears of another 9/11. it is estimated to have cost is at least 799,948,099 so far not counting the interest we will have to pay on it. at least 4,477 died and tens of thousands more were wounded. 150,000 iraqis are estimated to have died in the war, 12, 00 of them civilians. 650,000 war-related deaths. joining us p.j. crowley, former assistant secretary of state for public affairs, under president obama. a 26-year-old veteran of the air force, the omar bradley chair and strategic leadership at dickinson college, penn state law and thank you for joining us. >> good morning, chris. >> given the costs of the war that i just reeled off. this is the iconic example of the government doing something unjust and being unable to stop it it and watching in horror as it unfolded, what was your reaction yesterday to the announcement from president obama that this was fi
. but we reveal how sharks have more to fear from us. revealing investigations. fascinating characters. stories with impact. this is "cnn presents" with your hosts tonight, soledad o'brien and sanjay gupta. >>> we begin this evening with a cnn presents special investigation. it's a story that sounds all too familiar. >> catholic priests accused of abusing children. church leaders accused of covering it up. >> but this familiar story has a disturbing new chapter. hundreds of these priests live unmonitored in unsuspecting communities. >> as we learned in some cases, they live next to schools and they live next to parks. gary tuchman tracks down some of the most notorious offenders. predators in plain sight. >> reporter: here we are on a block where a molester priest lives. >> right. >> do you think these neighbors know about it? >> i'm certain they do not. >> reporter: ray boucher is a los angeles attorney who works with victims of sex abuse. >> unfortunately in california and around the country there are hundreds of priests in our communities without anybody having any understanding tha
, which we celebrate a man and a movement that did so much for this country, let us draw strength from those earlier struggles. first and foremost, let us remember that change has never been quick. change has never been simple or without controversy. change depends on persistence. change requires determination. it took a full decade before the moral guidance of brown versus board of education was translated into the enforcement measures of the civil rights about and the voting rights act. but those ten long years did not lead dr. king to give up. he kept on pushing. he kept on speaking. he kept on marching until change finally came. and when the civil rights and voting rights act was passed, americans still found themselves trammed in pockets of povr across the country. dr. king d didn't say this was a failure, this is too hard, let's settle for what we got and let's go home. instead, he said let's take those victories and broaden our mission to achieve not just civil and political equality but also economic justice. let's fight for a living wage and beer schools and jobs for all who a
this piece i poured yesterday and you use this thing to what? this is used to pull out the inner plug. once the concrete dries, mary removes the mold. this effort requires the use of an engine hoist and some good old fashioned elbow grease. that came out easy. nice let's take off this piece first mary. just sort of shimmy it back. perfect. ha ha, look at that. oh beautiful. mary smooths the surface with additional cement, then she adds the color pigment. i actually apply it with my hands and i sort of do it in an abstract motion till it comes to you know the stage where i feel it's finished a clear coat of sealer is applied, and the vessels are ready for use it's cool what people put in the pots because really whatever they choose sort of offsets the color of the pieces as well and creates that contrast. it definitely adds architecturally and aesthetically to the whole environment. and to add to your environment you can find mary's vessels at "the gardner," a retail shop in healdsburg, and gracing the patios of the hotel healdsburg. [ male announcer ] this is lara. her morning begins with a
1. well we certainly hope we've given you some essential tips that you can use when you serve and enjoy wine. and that's gonna do it for our show today, thank you for joining us, we hope you enjoyed your stay in wine country and we'll see you again next time. for more information about today's show, log on to our web site - >>> hi, everybody. welcome to the wall street journal report. i'm maria bartiromo. will america soar orland with a thud? what it means to your economy and money. >>> a superstore may be coming to a neighborhood near you. how one of the richest men in japan wants to transform american retailing. >>> having the talk with your aging parents. how to protect their money and have them navigate the sciences of retirement. "wall street journal report" starts right now. >>> what's making news, as we head into a new week on wall street. corporate america is getting its report card as earning season kicked off this week. important because we will get inside into just how strong companies are today and how the broader economy is doing. so far it's bee
on with us tonight. we know there's not a lot being done in washington right now, this big debate going on about the jobs bill but the campaign season seems to be the key issue for many there. just a few days, he referred to himself as the underdog. do you think he's still the underdog? >> it really does seem like president obama is the underdog right now. now, the conventional wisdom is an incumbent president has a lot of advantages. i'm sure that's true. i'm sure he recognizes as well with the economy the way that it is, that it's going to be a tough sledding ahead. fortunately, i think he is working very hard and he has a lot of time between now and next november, so i do believe that he's the underdog, but i also believe he's working hard at doing what america needs done and that he has time to make up the ground. >> mayor castro, you're a democrat in a red state. you work with republicans. you got to do it whether you want to do it and you do do it. i wonder if you were in washington right now, what is the one thing you would change to end the paralysis and the toxicity. >> you kno
are coming home from iraq for good in a few weeks. a special good morning to the men and women watching us on the american forces network all around the world, thank you for what you do. we are going to start with herman cain this morning, under fire from his republican rivals. this time for recent comments he made about abortion. and what a platform they had to take shots at him last night. a major gathering of christian conservatives in iowa. shannon travis is in des moines. >> reporter: a big night here in des moines, iowa. the iowa faith and freedom coalition, a gathering of 1,000 iowans, many of them christian evangelicals. six presidential candidates came to court their vote. rick perry, michele bachmann, rick santorum, ron paul, newt gingrich and herman cain. herman cain was on the hot seat because of comments he made to our very own piers morgan earlier this week. he was talking about the issue of abortion. he made very clear, unequivocally, he's pro-life, but asked about what about in cases of rape or incest and his answer was interpreted by some people by leaving some room he wou
carryinging fuel bound for u.s. and nato troops in afghanistan. trucks carrying supplies for nato forces are routinely attacked in that region. >>> harsh words from syria's foreign minister to countries that appear unsympathetic to his government, saying syria will take strong measures against any country that recognizes an opposition council that's been formed in turkey. >>> and those are today's top stories. thank you so much for watching "state of the union." up next for our viewers in the u.s., "fareed zakaria: gps." >>> this is "gps," the "global public square." welcome to viewers in the united states and around the world, i'm fareed zakaria. we have a really important show today. we're going to take an in-depth look at the u.s. economy from four crucial angles. first up, the big picture. and it's scary. from martin wolf of "the financial times." then a snapshot of the american economy from starbucks chairman and ceo howard shultz. next up, the u.s. economy's breaking point. where are we weakest? that's what the author of "moneyball" and "the blind side, michael lewis, will g
customers. >> molly, thank you so much. wee appreciate you coming up and taking the time and telling us all about it. your petition is at to give everyone the exact number of how many people you have. 204,931 people signed on to your petition. a way to take charge and make a difference. >> thank you so much? thank you, molly. >>> the bottom line on these fees the reason the banks say they're doing it new rules took effect a week ago which cap how much they can charge using a debit or credit card. they're upping fees on checking accounts to get back to even and way beyond. that's the problem. we went through the numbers and a lot analysts are crunching. only 45% of non-interest checking accounts are 43 now compared to 76% two years ago. banks have been upping fees long before the new regulations they blame now. average atm fees are at a record and have risen each of the past seven years. now, to bank of america. as we told you this week, the investment firm, credit suisse said if bank of america did as they did to molly, it would make more than it did before the regulations. it d
and your portfolio. >>> could there be some pleasant surprises in store for the u.s. economy? one of america's top bankers says there are signs of life that they're watching. >>> and my conversation with golf great annika sorenstam. how she's teaching winning ways to a new generation of female athletes. "the wall street journal report" begins right now. >> this is america's number one financial news program, "the wall street journal report." now, maria bartiromo. >> a crucial european summit this weekend, the goal? to chart a comprehensive course out of the sovereign debt crisis, stabilize the banks and calm international markets. the summit led by german chancellor angela merkel and french president nicolas sarkozy taking place on sunday in belgium. the markets had a choppy week moving in concert with worries about europe, down 250 points on monday, up 180 points on tuesday, then bouncing around later on in the week. the markets rebounded on friday. we're in the thick of earnings season and so far, a mixed picture to report, though not as bad as some had feared. goldman sachs fel
. >> carter evans. weren't you going to tell us about a green job? just give us one suggestion. >> yes, a great job, best jobs for saving the world, public schoolteach schoolteacher. this is part of the series. theseries. median pay, $50,000 a year. >> not exactly a great job, but a job that may save the world anyway. carter evans, many thanks. >>> "american morning" continues right now. >>> a brazen terror plot foiled. i'm ali velshi. the u.s. accusing iran of conspiring with mexican drug lords to kill a saudi ambassador on american soil. a bold scheme raising tensions between the two countries and putting american travelers on high alert. >>> mitt romney rising. i'm christine romans. the republican candidate solidifying his front-runner position in the latest republican debate while. >>> and forcing to use tear gas to control rioting inmates. i'm carol costello on this "american morning." -- captions by vitac -- >>> good morning. it is wednesday, october 12th. welcome to "american morning," and it is a busy one. >> sure is. politics and this amazing terror
"state of the union." up next for our viewers in the u.s., "fareed zakaria: gps." >>> this is "gps," the "global public square." welcome to viewers in the united states and around the world, i'm fareed zakaria. we have a really important show today. we're going to take an in-depth look at the u.s. economy from four crucial angles. first up, the big picture. and it's scary. from martin wolf of "the financial times." then a snapshot of the american economy from starbucks chairman and ceo howard shultz. next up, the u.s. economy's breaking point. where are we weakest? that's what the author of "moneyball" and "the blind side, michael lewis, will give his insights on. finally, solutions, what will fix the problems that ail us? i'll talk to tom friedman of "the new york times" about his new book. >>> also, want to see the hottest new thing on the globe? take a trip to mumbai or shanghai. i'll explain. >>> and of course a few thoughts on steve jobs. >>> first, here's "my take." barack obama busy apparently committed blasphemy. in an interview in florida last week, he dared to say that am
. >>> madame secretary, thank you for joining us. are you in herman cain's famously designated becky-becky-becky-stan. >> there's a zero, zero, zero chance i'm going to comment on republican politics, but i am in uzbekistan. >> we have mark haleprin. we also have the president of the council on foreign relations, richard hoss back with us. good to have you, richard. >> boy, hillary was at the top of her game yesterday, wasn't she? >> i thought she was great on "meet the press" and really seems like she has a handle on the situation. >> well, there's so many situations. >> so many. >> which -- i mean -- all the situations that people like herman cain don't have a grasp on. if you look at this past weekend. and look at all of the things that have gone down in the news, then you have -- you realize now is not the time to send an amateur to the white house. so whoever wins the republican nomination better have a firmer grasp on foreign affairs than the current front-runner. look, iraq, what does that mean? we're getting out of iraq. what is that going to mean for u.s. foreign policy? wha
and more debunktion, i can tell, in your future. that does it for us tonight. now it's time for "the ed show." thanks for being with us. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" tonight live from chicago. across the nation the 99% are organizing and protesting. republicans are bashing the protesters and complaining about the media coverage. i come to you from the windy city tonight with the truth. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. >> i'm here to protest corporate greed and have them do what's right for our country. >> the middle class movement is raging in chicago and all over america. and the republicans want it to end now. >> i for one am increasingly concerned about the growing mobs. >> they will come for you and drag you into the streets and kill you. >> it's really important for us not to be giving any legitimacy in the streets. >> you'll hear from them tonight. >> i don't believe racism in this country today holds anybody back in a big way. >> michael eric dyson will address herman cain's allegation. >> it's a theological cult. >> rick perry backer
good to see you. >> sean: that's all of our time. thank you for being with us. i hope have you a great weekend. see you back here on monday. >> president obama's approval rating plummets. karl rove joins us live. good evening, karl. we are 13 months out, but approval rating, we pay a lot of attention. his numbers are going down. you know, thoughts on the president's new numbers? >> well, he can't be happy, 41% in the 11th quarter of his presidency. this, in the modern era has only been exceeded by jimmy carter, who was at 31% at this point. no president's been re-elected with the polls as low as president obama's are now. the good news for him is that it is the next quarter and the quarter after that, the last 3 months of 2011 and the first 3 months of 2012 that seem to have a greater relationship to the outcome. but this is not a good place for the white house to be in. the 262 quarters that gal gallup has done this anal sitsis, this is the bottom 16%. >> it's interesting. he had success with bin laden. we have qaddafi, of course, that's another quarter. nato. but nonetheless,
allow us to broaden the base, reduce the overall rate, and this is exactly what the president's bipartisan commission talked about. that could be much more pro growth. >> we talk about this a lot. i feel like i've been hearing this idea of tax reform for a long time. >> oh, yeah. >> it does include lowering corporate taxes to get corporations to hire, because they feel like when they hire one person, it's not just about the salary, it's about the health care benefits and the long-term benefits that person will get, and that costs money. so why haven't we seen an overall reconstruction of the tax code given the people? the bowl simpson agreement came up with that. we keep hearing about it but it doesn't happen. >> i keep my fingers crossed. maybe i'm too hopeful that that's what the committee is going to come up with. maybe they can put us on a path to going to more fundamental reform. we have a very high tax on corporations on capital in the u.s. and that's one of the reasons why we're not getting some of the longer term investment and the hiring we really need to have for rec
"reliable sources." i'm howard kurtz. join us next is sunday morning, 11:00 a.m. eastern, for another critical look at the media. "state of the union" with candy crowley begins right now. >>> history turns a page to a post-gadhafi libya and a post u.s. iraq. today, the next chapter in the arab world with secretary of state hillary clinton. then, jobs, jobs, and 2012, on the campaign trail with vice president joe biden. >> it's a different republican party in the house of representatives. it's different. >> and from louisville, senate republican leader mitch mcconnell. >> the president is out there doing his best howard dean impersonation. he's completely out of touch. >> i'm candy crowley. and this is "state of the and this is "state of the union." -- captions by vitac -- >>> the remaining 39,000 u.s. troops in iraq will be out by december, the fulfillment of an obama campaign promise, the end of a war, the beginning of the unknown. >> i think that they deserve a great credit. at the same time, we are now leaving iraq completely which is the number-one prior
many large scale attacks on u.s. troops here in kabul. one thing that has happened here in recent months the taliban are focusing much more on spectacular attacks killing afghan government officials and things like this convoy is part of a new trend that we are seeing here in afghanistan as overall violence is beginning to decrease. we're seeing more spectacular attacks. this comes after afghans are beginning to take over security responsibility across the country but already here in kabul, they are response for the security. today's attack is a deadly reminder that the tobacco still strike with violent consequences. the afghan security forces are not yet quite capable and ready to secure kabul let alone the entire country. >> gregg: coner powell, we'll check back with you, thanks. >> heather: in syria, several people are dead following a new government crackdown. security forces apparently launching a new round of raids targeting protestors, killing at least three people. just yesterday 40 others why killed in a demonstration. according to the u.n., so far some 3,000 people have
words of encouragement. >>> thank you very much for joining us, more stories at the top of the hour. i'm alina cho. "sanjay gupta m.d." begins right now. >>> good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm dr. sanjay gupta on assignment here in san francisco. concussions and kids. it's a topic we cover quite a bit here on "sgmd." something we're very serious about. i want to tell you about a story about an agonizing decision one family had to make to try and help others. >>> also, the hunt for a new killer virus. it's taking place right now in central africa. and that data is being analyzed here in san francisco. we'll explain. >>> and also, another story that we've talked quite a bit about is about cell phones and radiation. here in san francisco, starting this month, these flyers like this will need to be handed out and on display in stores. take a look. cell phones emit radio-frequency energy. you'll start seeing those here in san francisco along with specific tips on what to do including limiting cell phone use by children, using a headset, using belt clips, avoiding cell phones in wea
with us tonight, for example thanks for watching "the ed show." you know, for years, conservatives have tried to sell the country that we are a center-right country politically, no matter what the climate in the country is they always loved after -- after elections to show us this red and blue map. see all that red that's on there? we are a center-right country. let me tell you something, with these protests that are going on around the country, we are not a center-right country. you may ask, so, where is the country? well, personally, i feel like i'm living in a time warp. if i may, back in 1968, i was 14 years old, the vietnam war was raging, civil rights was in its infancy. i'm a product of forced bushing for racial equality. changes were taking place in this country. and the united states government at the time was so out of touch with the wishes of the people, we wanted out of vietnam as a country and we wanted civil rights and social justice. and what happened? the people took to the streets. just like they're doing today. i mean this is like a flashback to those of us who were in
that's gonna do it for our show today, thank you for joining us. from long meadow ranch in napa valley, we hope you enjoyed your stay in wine country and we'll see you again next time. for more information about today's show, log on to our website >>> hi, everybody. welcome to the wall street journal report. i'm marie bartiromo reporting from washington, d.c. what do people say about the economy gridlock in washington? what steve thinks about detroit these days, what europe is going through and what it all means to the market. capitalism and do corporations have a conscience and why it matters. the "wall street journal report" begins now. now, maria bartiromo. >>> here's what's making news as we head into a new week on wall street. europe's financial crisis may not be over, but it appears leaders there have taken a significant step to help resolve it. after a late-night meeting, eu leaders announced the debt deal late in the week which could force european banks holding greek debt to take a 50% loss. that in turn would lower greece's debt to gdp ratio. the ban
is going to reinvent the phone. a truly magical and revolutionary product today. again, using this thing is remarkable. it's so much more intimate. thanks for coming today. >> remembering that i'll be dead soon is the most important tool i've ever encountered to help me make big choices in life. because almost everything, all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure, these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important, remembering that you are going to die is the best way i know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. you are already naked, there is no reason not to follow your heart. >> good morning, it's thursday, october 6th. we're live here from pensacola, florida, this morning. and with us onset back in new york along with willie geist, mike barnicle, pat buchanan, and the managing editor of "fortune" magazine, a magazine which named steve jobs the ceo of the last quarter century. and andy, i want to start with you because you spoke with steve jobs an awful lot on the phone. >> yep. >> you had more ac
, the world is only worth 12 points but you get 50 for the word bingo which is using all of your letters. 62 minimum, not counting the premium of squares may be good for the scrabble club i'm thinking about starting. that's it for the ridiculous. >> that's "360." erin burnett "outfront" is next. >>> we're on the front line in tripoli, moammar gadhafi's shot dead today. libyans celebrating through the night. we'll follow the oil money tonight and the bottom line on gadhafi's death. is this proof that american power is rising? power is rising? let's go "out front." -- captions by vitac -- >>> "outfront" tonight, gadhafi is dead. libyan dictator moammar gadhafi killed today after 42 years of rule. we have video in tonight from misrata that shows the body of moammar gadhafi. the video is graphic. it is disturbing and it is not appropriate for all viewers. in the video which we are going to show you now, several fighters are seen surrounding the corpse shouting slogans. they're shouting allah akbar, god is great. others saying the blood of martyrs are not in vain. he has wounds on h
in someone else's pocket. >> it's a very worrisome. we live a lot longer than we used a lot longer than we used to, live past our earning potential. it's a worry. we'll continue to follow this together. carter evans at the nasdaq market site. that's it for "wake-up call" "american morning" begins right now. >>> good morning, i'm alina cho. the death toll in turkey is rising. at least 264 dead. many injured and rescue operations severely hampered by bitterly cold temperature. >>> day of liberation. i'm ali velshi. wild celebrations across libya as the country takes its first big steps toward a future without gadhafi on this "american morning." -- captions by vitac -- >>> good morning. good morning. >> good morning to you, alina. >> it's monday, october 24th. >> there's definitely something wrong with my seat. see this? >> yes, there is. >> right. >> christina and carol are off this morning. welcome to "american morning." his is a very strange seating situation but we have a lot of news to cover. we will fix that momentarily. a mounting situation in eastern tuck u turkey. a dev
's a brave kid. join us for our town hall conversation, "bullying stops here" 8:00 eastern on cnn. that's ut for "360." aaron burnett "out front starts" now. >> we're going to take you to dubai to the world's largest camel ranch. and then italy's economy. it is not doing well. that's an understatement. but we have other things on our mind, seriously. >>> and the bottom line on the banks, thousands of people have signed a petition against bank of america. we talked to the woman who started it. let's go "out front." >> hello, i'm aarerin brurn et. 200,000 people signed a petition ruling against bank of america for the new debit card fee. $5. we've been saying all weeks that the fees banks are putting on people are showing how tone deaf they are at a very bad time. the person who led the petition is 22-year-old molly catchpole. she out front tonight. she is in washington and came to talk us to. we really appreciate you coming in. >> i appreciate it. >> so you and i were talking before. you said you set up this petition just a week ago. >> one week ago. >> and what made you decide to do it? what
was locked in a closet and literally starved to death. >>> well, there are a lot of u.s. marines who are angry today because they are being told that they can't wear bracelets bearing the names of fallen marines. marine corps regulations prohibit jewelry except for rings and watches. well, the corps made an exception for a prisoner of war and missing in action bracelets in the 1970s. marines want a similar exception for the killed in action bracelets as well. >>> president obama is about to hammer republicans on jobs. he's going to to speak at a community college in jamestown, north carolina. republican lawmakers blocked the president's jobs bill, but the president now chopped the package into bite-sized pieces. he wants lawmakers to vote on a $35 billion package this week that's supposed to save the jobs of teachers, police and firefighters. this is day two of his three-day bus tour to promote the jobs bill. >>> uh-oh, for the white house, that's right, a tv station in richmond, virginia, is saying that a truck carrying the president's teleprompter, podium and other equipment was st
on "sgmd" for us. stay connected throughout the week on my lifestream, on, and we'll see you back here next week and time now to get you a check of the top stories in the "cnn newsroom". -- captions by vitac -- >>> good morning, everybody, from the cnn center in atlanta, georgia, this is your "cnn sunday morning," and we start with a breaking story out of turkey, the developments still coming in to us, a 7.3 magnitude earthquake, a major earthquake has hit near the area of van, turkey, the southeastern part of that country. here are some of the first pictures we are getting in, classified as a major earthquake, a 7.3 magnitude, that is the number we're getting from the usgs. some turkish agencies putting the number at 6.6 magnitude so still some discrepancies between the numbers but it's not important. either way it is a major earthquake. we are expecting aftershocks. many of those could be just as strong or stronger than the actual earthquake. this thing struck just about an hour 20 minutes ago, 1:40 in the afternoon local time there in turkey. the most up-to-d
doocy joins us with details. >> reporter: protocol was breached that according to he wants to know why protocol was breached and when the government went in and subordinated this loan. he says he's found it isn't just solyndra there's a pattern of these investments and he wants to stop them. >> the american people will judge the overall policy and losers this was a 500 million dollar earmark effectively, byç political appointees. something that you hear about with congress, you don't always hear about with the president. my view is my committee's jurisdiction, energy and commerce are doing great jobs, my jurisdiction to big out how it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: president obama insists his administration did their homework it was a betç. >> reporter: president obama said that at his news conference thursday that sometimes with the money they give out these things work out, sometimes they do not. the obama administration's bet on solyndra was pushed for from the inside by the department of energy officialç who use to fun raise -- to fundraise for obama in '08. >> shannon: l
involvement in libya. the ranking member of the house foreign affairs committee saidç the u.s. is committed to helping the libyan people take steps toward democracy. sir, thank you for your time today. >> thanks for having me. >> shannon: as nato officially begins to wind down what should to help the people move forward? >> first i think we should realize that this is a great victory. theç nato-led operation stopped a humanitarian catastrophe. it gave the libyan people a chance to depose a tyrannical dictator. and a man who ordered the deaths of hundreds of americans in the pan am 103 and german discotheque terrorist attacks. we have to stay engaged now.ç we have a number of tasks. we have things we have to be concerned about. the break down into tribal rivalries. revengeyñx motivation not taking hold. reestablishment of effective economy and infrastructure for libya. and concern about islamist strongholdç in a new government. but, to me the future looks much better than it did unmuammar gadhafi. >> what toes the situation mean for leaders in syria and -- what does the situation mean
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